^ True enough. But it's cases like these that reinforce why tech nerds should always wait for the new technology to hit and ensure that it works as intended before they plunk down their own hard earned money for their upgrades.
Remember the initial batches of Sandy Bridge motherboards which had issues? Or the new AMD Bulldozer chip that was going to absolutely demolish anything made by Intel, but then fell flat and came out around the mid-line of what Intel had well over a year before?
I would think anybody who currently owned a SB wouldn't benefit much at all by upgrading to IB. Shoot, I'm still torn on whether the upgrade is beneficial and I'm on a C2Q